Laptop sightings - showing off at Computex 2012 (photos)

Laptop sightings - showing off at Computex 2012 (photos)

Summary: If you've been reading the news you might think that laptops have been replaced by tablets. Not so, says those who have visited Computex 2012.

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  • Chalk this one up on the interesting board: Toshiba has just announced an ultrabook with a 21:9 aspect ratio, known in the film world as CinemaScope.

    Specs: 14.4-inch screen, 1792x768, Core i5 3317U, 6GB of RAM, 500GB hybrid HDD, Intel HD Graphics 4000, 1.7kg.

    See the CNET Australia first look.

    (Credit: Craig Simms/CBSi)

  • Fujitsu is finally making its much-hyped ultrabook official with the announcement of the new LifeBook U Series at a launch event in Singapore.

    Specs: 14-inch screen, third-generation Core processor, 4GB of RAM, 500GB HDD, 32GB SSD, Intel HD Graphics 4000.

    See the CNET Asia hands on.

    (Credit: Craig Simms/CBSi)

  • Specs: 14-inch screen, third-generation Core processor, 4GB of RAM, 500GB HDD, 32GB SSD, Intel HD Graphics 4000.

    See the CNET Asia hands on.

    (Credit: Craig Simms/CBSi)

Topic: Laptops

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  • Resolution 1366 x 768

    I suppose all these laptops come with 1366x768 resolution
    RelaxWalk
    • Sure, that is likely.

      It's likely they all support 1366x768 as a resolution, but many of them go to 1080p. You might have to read through more than one of the captions to know that, though. Maybe you were in too much a hurry to hate.
      TechNickle
    • VERY FIRST photo description:

      VERY FIRST photo description:

      "The slightly bronzed notebook has a 1,920x1,080-pixel-resolution display"

      VERY FIRST.

      Fail. Very fail.
      CobraA1
  • 38 photos? No.

    38 photos? No. I'm not gonna sit through a wait-for-the-entire-d***-website-to-reload photo gallery.

    ZDNet, fix the photo gallery.
    CobraA1
    • Stop Yer Whinin'!!

      So ZDNET made you come to the website and click on a link? You folks that don't know how to control your hands are in the news these days (namely SANDUSKY). If you don't like the way ZDNET does it, pick a new website. All this whinin' kills me. Spoiled a$$!
      andrej770
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